Becky and Jason She moved to the United States from Taiwan in 1977. Nine years later, they opened Peking, a bustling Chinese restaurant in Peachtree City. The business’s success became too much for the couple, which led to their temporary retirement—just like Michael Jordan's, except that Becky and Jason were on more posters at the time. With a renewed sense of energy, they opened their latest venture, She’s Bistro & Sushi Bar. The restaurant serves up Japanese cuisine—hibachi-grilled meats and sushi—along with Chinese dinner combinations that pair sesame chicken, mongolian beef, and other entrees with deep-fried appetizers, soup, and brown or fried rice.
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Kane Yama's cooks fire up tableside hibachi grills to create healthy, authentic Japanese dishes and serve fresh eats from a full sushi bar. The menu boasts an eclectic number of steakhouse standbys and tongue-taming sharable sushi rolls, such as the fresh tuna tekka maki ($6) or the Oh My God roll ($15)—a combination of chili sauce and three different fishes that elicits involuntary OMGs from otherwise staid diners. Hibachi meals harness the timeless power of food-preparing heat with your choice of chicken, filet mignon, seafood, or a double dose of veggies. Each lunch comes with soup, salad, vegetables, and steamed rice ($7–$14), and dinner hibachi plates ($14–$28) also throw in a shrimp appetizer.
Founders Restaurant elevates the essentials of traditional Southern cuisine with sophisticated dishes made from fresh, local produce. The dinner menu treats carnivorians with selections such as a Black Angus 16-ounce New York strip steak ($26) and aquaphiles with wild Norwegian salmon roasted in cast iron and accompanied by mashed potatoes, asparagus, and a light herb cream ($25). Pecan-crusted chicken gets dressed up in a fashionable frock of pecans and accessorizes with coriander gravy, turnip greens, and garlic mashed potatoes ($16) before knocking on mouth doors and calling on eligible young taste buds. Garnish your appetite with any of the restaurant’s locally sourced sides ($3.50 each), including Logan Turnpike cheddar grits, sautéed kale with walnuts, and sweet potato hash.
At Loco FroYo Frozen Yogurt, visitors have their choice of twelve always-changing flavors of frozen yogurt dispensed from self-service stations. Owner Kevin O'Neill regularly rotates available options from an overall selection of more than 40 tart and nonfat frozen yogurts and sorbets, including mango, dark chocolate, irish mint, and watermelon sorbet. Brightly colored baubles dangle from the ceiling, casting a glow over the toppings bar, which holds more than 35 varieties of candy, nuts, and fresh fruit.
When not searching out fresh ingredients or devising new flavors, O'Neill seeks to cultivate a connection with the community. He holds regular spirit nights to raise money for local schools and often invites musicians to perform for the evening crowd.
Rooted firmly in Southern traditions, the family behind Fork in the Road serves the same kind of breakfast that made their childhood special. The crew works from recipes that have been passed down through generations. The ladle fluffy, homemade biscuits with creamy sausage gravy, and craft rotating specials that include decadent waffles piled with crispy, golden-brown, fried chicken, and candied pecans. Though it's served all day, breakfast segues into savory midday options for those preferring hot lunches such as chicken pot pie, pot roast, and honey-roasted ham.